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City Life

Lamont Price: Losing Live Comedy Wasn’t Just about the Jokes

March 7. That was the last time I performed live standup comedy, before the Dark Times began. It was a Saturday night, which is the […]

Travel

Five Massachusetts Wineries to Visit All Summer

We can’t exactly take a long weekend trip to the Finger Lakes or summer vacation in Sonoma to get our summer vineyard fix, but that […]

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Travel

Five Family-Friendly Things to Do on Cape Cod This Summer

Nothing can rob Cape Cod of its singular charms. Though your family’s Cape escape may look different this summer, that doesn’t mean you’ll have to […]

Travel

Airbnb Says the Berkshires Are the Place to Be This Summer

The Fourth of July is almost upon us, which means, somehow, summer is fully in swing. But the coronavirus has cancelled and complicated most normal […]

Arts & Entertainment

Seven Black Boston-Based Artists on Their Work as a Form of Protest

In the weeks after the killing of George Floyd, as the nation erupted in protests against police brutality, you may have also noticed your Instagram […]

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City Life

The Interview: Author Robin Cook

Author of best-selling medical thrillers such as Pandemic, Outbreak, and Contagion (along with 34 other titles), Robin Cook’s works have often addressed the question of […]

City Life

How Arlington’s Sarah Kamya Is Diversifying Little Free Libraries Across the Country

When the COVID-19 pandemic sent workers everywhere home, Sarah Kamya, a school counselor in New York City, decamped to her hometown of Arlington, Massachusetts. To […]

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City Life

What’s a Summer without Provincetown?

My insatiable desire to spend summer weekends in Provincetown on a journalist’s budget is best explained by my long history of desperate sleeping accommodations. I’ve […]

Travel

Martha’s Vineyard is Open for the Summer! Here Are 4 Things To Know Before You Go

Everyone could use an escape these days. Warmer weather and months spent cooped up inside have us daydreaming of sandy beaches, golf havens, and spacious […]

Wellness

Explore the City with These Six Bike Trips around Boston

Spontaneous day trips are good for the soul—whether you’re driving a car, on a boat, or pedaling a bike. And never have day trips been […]

Travel

Travel Guide: Find Sun, Surf, and History in Narragansett This Summer

It’s easy to see why ’Gansett, as the regulars call it, is one of New England’s more popular beach towns: The laid-back sibling of tony […]

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Travel

10 Places to Go for a Hike This Summer in Massachusetts

There are only so many times you can criss-cross the trails of Middlesex Fells or the Blue Hills without wondering what else is out there. […]

Arts & Entertainment

What Aspects of a Normal New England Summer Will You Miss the Most?

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at onelastquestion@bostonmagazine.com. Question: […]

Arts & Entertainment

17 Dance Parties, Protests, Poetry Readings and More to Mark Juneteenth in Boston

You can honor Juneteenth, the anniversary of the day in 1865 when the last group of enslaved people in the United States were freed following […]

Travel

Explore Quirky Landmarks and Trails Full of Wildlife on a Lincoln and Concord Day Trip

Approximate Drive Time From Boston: 30 minutes HIKE Hapgood Wright Town Forest, Concord Discover the “Peaceful Easy Feeling” that inspired Eagles musician (and noted conservationist) […]